Every Day is Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. It is observed on March 8 every year. This year, let’s celebrate women’s day in a special way. Let’s make it special for every woman.

Women are the backbone of our society, and they deserve to be celebrated every single day. But, this is the one day when we put them on a pedestal and celebrate their achievements and contributions to the world.

A century (or less) ago, women were often not treated as equals and were not given opportunities to pursue their dreams. This needed to change because we all wanted our society to grow and prosper in the future. A few years ago, the world realized that women should have access to education, healthcare, jobs, equal pay, etc., just like men do. Till now, women have shown their strength in all aspects of life.

History Of Women’s Day

The idea for International Women’s Day was first put forward at the turn of the 20th century amid rapid world industrialization and economic expansion that led to protests over working conditions.

The International Women’s Conference was held in Washington, D.C., in March 1909 with a full agenda that reflected both female economic issues and women’s rights more broadly. The conference resulted in a declaration called “The Declaration of Sentiments,” which highlighted the need for women’s suffrage as well as broader social reforms such as better education and employment opportunities.

Women’s Day In India

In India National Women’s Day is celebrated on 13th Feb every year. It is a day when women are given their due recognition and respect for the contribution they make to society.

The event was first started in West Bengal by an organization called ‘All India Women’s Conference’. The conference was established in 1929 and has been celebrating this day since then.

Importance Of The Day

International Women’s Day is an important day for women all over the world. It is a day to celebrate their achievements, recognize their contributions, and pay tribute to those who have been involved in the struggle for women’s rights. It also serves as a call to action for accelerating gender parity.

International Women’s Day has been celebrated since 1911 with its roots in the socialist movement. The first International Women’s Day was celebrated on March 8th, 1911 in New York City. The Socialist Party of America designated this day as “National Working Women’s Day.”

Contribution To Economy

Women entrepreneurs in India are contributing to the economy in many different ways. They are not just starting their own businesses, they are also becoming an essential part of the workforce and a vital driver of economic growth.

There is a gender gap in entrepreneurship, as women own less than 21% of MSME businesses in the country. However, this number is changing for the better with more and more women being encouraged to start their own businesses.

In India, the feminist movement has been a major factor in the upliftment of women. Women have been fighting for their rights and have been successful in getting them.


There was a time when the world used to think about women’s empowerment, but now women are becoming the backbone of empowering various other sectors of the world. We must recognize and admire the role of women in the progress of the economy, science, sports, or anywhere else.

-Pankaj Rai

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